The average speed of the first event was 12 miles per hour but soon enough performances started to increase leading the car manufacturers into a bitter competition. Due to the popularity of this events, technologies advanced rapid and eventually the lack of safety led to the need for a special set of rules known as a formula.
The Formula One Grand Prix racing is the highest class of auto racing held throughout the world on circuits especially built for the events. Sebastioan Vettel is the youngest winner of a Grand Prix and youngest double champion, while Michael Schumacher holds the record for the most Grand Prix victories with a total of 91 wins.
Twenty five drivers participated in the race. Private owners as well as famous manufacturers raced side by side in order to win the first race. While the average speed of the winner was only 12 miles per hour the publicity generated by the first automobile race pushed the car industry into a fast advancement.
Although most young people are fascinated by these activities, very few real facts about street racing are known to the general public. Due to the lack of rules and safety measures the races can end in crushes and even cause fatalities. Furthermore the passion for these events can drive the participants to commit other illegal activities such as trespassing, carjacking or organized crimes.
In 2013 a new NASCAR vice president has been appointed. Eugene Stefanyshyn has international experience in the automobile industry. His knowledge is expected to bring the NASCAR racing competitions to a new level of quality. The new vice president will be taking over the teams that have made the most significant recent developments.